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Noble Blood

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Noble Blood

iHeartPodcasts and Grim & Mild

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Author Dana Schwartz explores the stories of some of history’s most fascinating royals: the tyrants and the tragic, the murderers and the murdered, and everyone in between. Because when you’re wearing a crown, mistakes often mean blood.
 
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Cancel Me, Daddy

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Cancel Me, Daddy

Katelyn Burns & Oliver-Ash Kleine

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The pearl clutching about “cancel culture” and “censorship” has become louder and more absurd while also getting more and more play in the media. Journalists Katelyn Burns and Oliver-Ash Kleine see this panic for what it is though: a grift. They take a closer look at these temper tantrums, dispelling myths, laughing at the most outrageous takes, and shedding light on which perspectives are actually being suppressed and left out of the conversation. You can join our community and support our ...
 
Ten years ago you'd have been lucky to see me run to the end of the road. These days, running is second nature to me, from marathons to parkruns to my own Step Forward With Lewis running group. There's so many wonderful and inspiring stories in the world of running - this podcast aims to tell as many of those stories as possible.
 
David Edmonds (Uehiro Centre, Oxford University) and Nigel Warburton (freelance philosopher/writer) interview top philosophers on a wide range of topics. Two books based on the series have been published by Oxford University Press. We are currently self-funding - donations very welcome via our website http://www.philosophybites.com
 
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What's Left of Philosophy

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What's Left of Philosophy

Lillian Cicerchia, Owen Glyn-Williams, Gil Morejón, and William Paris

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In What’s Left of Philosophy Gil Morejón (@gdmorejon), Lillian Cicerchia (@lilcicerch), Owen Glyn-Williams (@oglynwil), and William Paris (@williammparis) discuss philosophy’s radical histories and contemporary political theory. Philosophy isn't dead, but what's left? Support us at patreon.com/leftofphilosophy
 
Weekly Jr. A' hockey news and updates for the Minnesota Blue Ox. Part of the United States Premier Hockey League (USPHL). Join us weekly for pre and post weekend updates! We will also feature a "Where in the Heck is Bruce Boudreau?" call in segment as well as player, sponsor and alumni interviews. #thintheherd
 
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hurryupandwait

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hurryupandwait

Ethan Saks and KC Wright

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NYC-based actors Ethan Saks and KC Wright host this weekly discussion of life post-BFA. From where to live, to where to work, to how to stay sane through times both busy and slow, join them and their industry guests on this exploration of the long-term acting grind!
 
Our team at Savior Realty has been serving homeowners and helping the local Dallas Fort Worth community since 2015. Our goal is to help burdened homeowners who, due to various reasons, need to sell their homes. Our desire is to partner with our local community to help those in need. We give back a percentage of our profits to local charities that benefit the community, like the YMCA of Dallas, Dallas Area Habitat For Humanity, and 6 Stones. We are not just looking for house transactions; we ...
 
We're on a mission. We're going to find and uncover the smartest, most successful entrepreneurs on the planet. Explore their highs, their lows and how they ultimately mastered the game. I'm Martyn Cook and I'm excited to welcome you to the Smarter Destiny Podcast. I'm grateful for you and your time, now let's level up together.
 
Join depth psychotherapist and Jungian scholar, John Price, in an exploration of extraordinary stories and phenomena that lurk beneath the surface of normal and everyday life. Listen in as John interviews experts, dilettantes, sinners, and saints to explore their professional and personal perspective on the underlying purpose of the mysteries which lurk within the seemingly mundane nature of day-to-day life. John received his Master’s degree in clinical psychology and his Doctorate degree in ...
 
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May 5th, 1993 was a tragic day for so many people in West Memphis Arkansas as three eight-year-old boys (Stevie Branch, Christopher Byers, and Michael Moore) went missing . By the next morning, instead of panic, the town felt palpable fear with the discover that the young second-graders had been brutally and senselessly murdered. By 1994, three loc…
 
This week, Phillip and Michael wrap-up Gay May in style with THE SINGLE GAYEST FILM EVER MADE: 2019's action flick Hobbs and Shaw. LISTENER CONTEST: Answer this riddle and you'll get a *free month of bonus content* on our Patreon: What is the greatest JCVD movie? (THERE'S A CORRECT ANSWER) - email us at pmssubject@gmail.com! Check us out on Patreon…
 
In this episode we discuss James Boggs’s 1963 The American Revolution: Pages from a Negro Worker’s Notebook. We talk about Boggs’s materialist conception of rights as “what you make and what you take.” In Boggs we find a novel conception of rights that are grounded in social power. We delve into the dangers automation and structural unemployment pr…
 
For the last episode of June Claude Van Damme month, we're doing Kickboxer from 1989. The big discussion with JCVD heads has always been: which one is better, Bloodsport or Kickboxer. And on this episode, we finally answer the question. Also, this week we reveal the winners of our JCVD Question of the Week Contest. The question was: What is JCVD's …
 
This week, Katelyn and I delve into all the drama, dysfunction and chaos that's been happening behind the scenes at The Washington Post this month. Plus, we cancel a listener's ex, talk Lisa Frank Dicks, and bring you your biweekly helping of cancelations. Support or show and join our community at www.patreon.com/cancelmedaddy A special thanks to o…
 
Birthdays are special. They’re a time to celebrate a year of achievements and to look forward to the year to come. Birthdays are a time for family, so when little Dana Bradley was late for her mom’s birthday celebration, her family knew something wasn’t right. And they were correct. Want to create your own podcast but don’t know where to start? Giv…
 
For the next couple of months, Phillip and Michael will be releasing some of our bonus Patreon-only episodes from the past. The Paywall has been Broken! If you enjoy these bonus Thursdays episodes, be sure to sign up for our Patreon at this link: Phillip and Michael Talk Movies Patreon! Support the show…
 
Internationally renowned herbalist, licensed acupuncturist, author, clinician, botanist, mycologist, and research scientist Dr. Christopher Hobbs joins Chris Kresser in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss medicinal mushrooms. They cover Dr. Hobbs’ history as a mycologist, the nutritional and health benefits of mushrooms, the therapeu…
 
In 1600, Guaman Poma began writing what would become a nearly 1,200-page open letter to King Philip III of Spain. Part history, part social critique, it's an illustrated depiction of Inca life and culture that was lost to history for 300 years, until it was rediscovered by accident. Support Noble Blood: — Bonus episodes, stickers, and scripts on Pa…
 
Fundraising is second nature for Gary McKee - he's raised close to £1m for Macmillan Cancer Support. Previous endeavours have seen him cycle across Brazil, climb Kilimanjaro and trek through New Zealand, and plenty of his challenges have included running. He's run from Lands' End to John O'Groats, completed 100 marathons in 100 days, become the fir…
 
This week we’re dishing up a mouthwatering feast of history, gossip, and white collar crime. Guest Sarah Archer tells the tale of Martha Stewart, a girl from New Jersey who achieved world domination by letting us look at her basket collection. Digressions include prairie dresses, condensed soups, and how to tell if your tween is reading Sunset Maga…
 
June Claude Van Damme continues apace with 1992's UNIVERSAL SOLDIER, starring JCVD, Dolph Lundgren, Ally Walker, and more! We will also be discussing the Winner of the JCVD Question of the Week! Here's the link to The Strange Thing About the Johnsons (as discussed on the show this week). Question of the week: What is JCVD's drug of choice? Winner w…
 
For the next couple of months, Phillip and Michael will be releasing some of our bonus Patreon-only episodes from the past. The Paywall has been Broken! If you enjoy these bonus Thursdays episodes, be sure to sign up for our Patreon at this link: Phillip and Michael Talk Movies Patreon! Support the show…
 
The 25-time world record-holding powerlifter, professional boxer, co-founder of the HYBRID Performance Method, and co-author of Back in Motion, Dr. Stefanie Cohen joins Chris Kresser in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss how to better understand and address back pain. They talk about Stefi’s journey to becoming a world-class athlete…
 
Sophia Dorothea of Celle was forced to marry a cousin she loathed. Stuck alone in restrictive Hanoverian court, her one happiness was the affair she began with a dashing visiting Count. But royal affairs almost always lead to tragedy, and though her husband's position in the courts of Europe would continue to rise, Sophia Dorothea would suffer only…
 
Ben Davies started running three years ago after his young niece sadly passed away. When his wife started a fundraising challenge for Birmingham’s Children’s Hospital, he supported her - but he didn't really like the running! Struggling with his mental health, he suddenly stumbled across ultra running - and without stopping along with the way to ti…
 
In this episode we kick off our new series called “What is Liberalism?” with private property, conquest, and a discussion about John Locke’s apologia for both. We appreciate the efforts of the left to civilize liberalism in the wake of its own civilizing efforts across the globe, but we ask whether it’s really possible to separate economic and poli…
 
JCVD Month continues with a rather controversial flick: TIME COP. It's one of those Either You Like It Or You Don'ts. And we.... well... we have mixed feelings. Released September 16th, 1994, Time Cop sees the career of Jean Claude van Damme rising further and further. It details the whirlwind journey of a police officer in the year 2004 (!!!) who …
 
Katelyn and Oliver are joined this week by The Guardian's Moira Donegan for a follow up on the Depp/Heard verdict. We talk about the potential ramifications the decision could have on the free speech of domestic violence survivors. A special thanks to our Cancelers Adrienne Stewart, I Beauregard & Megg for supporting this episode.…
 
May 5th, 1993 was a tragic day for so many people in West Memphis Arkansas as three eight-year-old boys (Stevie Branch, Christopher Byers, and Michael Moore) went missing . By the next morning, instead of panic, the town felt palpable fear with the discover that the young second-graders had been brutally and senselessly murdered. By 1994, three loc…
 
For the next couple of months, Phillip and Michael will be releasing some of our bonus Patreon-only episodes from the past. The Paywall has been Broken! If you enjoy these bonus Thursdays episodes, be sure to sign up for our Patreon at this link: Phillip and Michael Talk Movies Patreon! Support the show…
 
This year, the UK implemented a law requiring chain restaurants to list calorie counts on their menus. Where did these policies come from? What impact do they have? And why is a Julia Roberts quote from 1990 the best way to describe them? Support us: Hear bonus episodes on Patreon Donate on PayPal Get Maintenance Phase T-shirts, stickers and more L…
 
In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris Kresser covers some of the most interesting recently published research studies, shares some insights from his clinical practice, and discusses subjects he’s been thinking about lately. Topics covered in this episode include types of medicinal mushrooms and their benefits, the effect of gut microbio…
 
At just 26, Alex Staniforth has already become an expert in overcoming challenges. From epilepsy to a stammer, bullying and mental ill health problems, Alex's biggest challenges have been close to home. Running and the great outdoors have helped him to face them down to become a record-breaking adventurer, motivational speaker, author, mental healt…
 
This week, Sarah tries to solve the mystery of the Dyatlov Pass Incident, in which nine experienced ski hikers fled their shelter and ran into the frigid night for reasons unknown. Digressions include yetis, snowmobiles, and Rachel Monroe. Sarah miraculous does not sing Rilo Kiley’s “Portions for Foxes.” Some Notes: The New Yorker The BBC Cracked N…
 
New month, new genre. And this one KICKS BUTTS! Join Phillip and Michael as they dive headfirst into JUNE CLAUDE VAN DAMME with Bloodsport! Frank Dux: LIAR Bloodsport was released on February 26th, 1988 and kickstarted the burgeoning career of a young Jean Claude van Damme. During this time period, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone were …
 
May 5th, 1993 was a tragic day for so many people in West Memphis Arkansas as three eight-year-old boys (Stevie Branch, Christopher Byers, and Michael Moore) went missing . By the next morning, instead of panic, the town felt palpable fear with the discover that the young second-graders had been brutally and senselessly murdered. By 1994, three loc…
 
If you drink wine, you should be paying just as much attention to what’s in the wine that you drink as you do to what’s in the food that you consume. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Todd White, founder of Dry Farm Wines, joins Chris Kresser to discuss natural wines. Todd explains how the modern wine industry has come to promote the larg…
 
In the 14th century, Jeanne de Clisson's husband was accused of being a traitor and beheaded by the king of France. In response, Jeanne decided to get her revenge. Support Noble Blood: — Bonus episodes and scripts on Patreon — Merch! — Order Dana's book, Anatomy: A Love Story See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In October 2020, Martin Lopez was fighting for his life. Having contracted Covid-19, he was in intensive care, his situation exacerbated by a blood clot. As he battled to recover, he noticed that those around him who best fought off the virus had lived fit and healthy lives. When he came out of hospital, Martin decided to change his life - and he t…
 
In this episode we discuss the work of György Lukács, focusing on the reification essay from his seminal 1923 book History and Class Consciousness. We talk about why it’s not great that the commodity form has penetrated every aspect of social life, why we need to retain the category of totality in spite of loud protests from postmodernists, and wha…
 
Conversation starts 5:45Growing up within a family lineage of community herbalists and healers, Dr. Hobbs leads us through his orientation to healing and medicine starting with an overview of medical and healing systems, in particular the intersection between eastern and western medicine. The central question that Dr. Hobbs asks is: “What is medici…
 
This week Katelyn talks to Maintenance Phase co-host Michael Hobbes about the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard trial, the plethora of minformation around it and the social media fallout. Plus listeners submit a delightful collection of out of context cancellations and Katelyn tells Oliver a story about how an odd dream probably saved her life once.…
 
A widowed millionaire was surprised with a bottle of whiskey delivered to her door after one of her lavish vacations. She had no idea that inside that bottle, there was a deadly poison that would claim her life. Her extravagant lifestyle left many wondering who wanted her dead and why? But just as extravagant as her lifestyle was the trial surround…
 
Weight loss is as simple as “calories in, calories out,” right? Or — gasp — could the reply guys be wrong!? This week, we dig in on the surprisingly complex science behind a seemingly simple calculation. Support us: Hear bonus episodes on Patreon Donate on PayPal Get Maintenance Phase T-shirts, stickers and more Links! History of the Calorie in Nut…
 
Angelo Keely, Co-Founder and CEO of Kion, joins Chris Kresser in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss amino acids and their importance. Angelo talks about the difference between essential and non-essential amino acids, how we typically get amino acids in our diet, why we need them at all stages of life, and what to look for in an amin…
 
Where did all these prisons come from? WBEZ’s Shannon Heffernan is here to give us part of the answer, which involves “small government” (of course), Lennie Briscoe (as always), the pink flowers of Alcatraz, and a prison sweepstakes that produced the actual worst song of the 80s. Two quick corrections via Shannon: "I said Illinois has potential pla…
 
Gay May continues apace with the Academy Award winning film MOONLIGHT. Also discussed: 1. Punk v. Emo 2. Guest-friend ALEJANDRO ESPINOZA 3. The Joke List 4. Internet Lingo 5. Is Phil Gay Yet??? 6. Our thoughts on the movie 7. Factoids! 8. The Misadventures of Harry Hole Join us on the Patreon where we're doing I NOW PRONOUNCE YOU CHUCK AND LARRY Wa…
 
Peter Singer is probably the most famous living philosopher. He recently won the million-dollar Berggruen Prize and promptly gave all that money to charity. His positions on this, on animals, poverty, altruism, and much else besides are underpinned by his consequentialism. Here, in conversation with Nigel Warburton he explains his consequentialism …
 
The case of an unknown woman’s burnt body found in Norway’s Isdal Valley seemed an easy one when her luggage was found days later. However, everyeement in the suitcases and every trail law enforcement followed only led to more questions. Want to create your own podcast but don’t know where to start? Give Zencastr a try. Recording is as easy as clic…
 
In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris Kresser reviews some of the most interesting recently published studies and shares his thoughts and insights on them. Chris examines studies related to dietary interventions with cancer, maintaining adequate vitamin D levels to help prevent COVID-19, the link between the pace of walking and biologic…
 
Franz Ferdinand (the Archduke, not the band) is a central figure in the history of Europe, known the world over for being the target of the assassination that ignited World War I. But before his death, he was a shy, reluctant and awkward boy who was never meant to be the heir to an Empire, who fell in love with a woman he wasn't allowed to marry. S…
 
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